Social entrepreneur Ani Vallabhaneni’s passion is helping the world become a cleaner, healthier place. Ani’s student project at MIT has developed into a model sanitation business, converting human waste into a valued commodity. We are pleased to have Ani share his experience and vision at the 2015 OU International WaTER Conference.
|Ani Vallabhaneni with one of Sanergy's sanitation system models|
As a co-founder of the Nairobi based company Sanergy, Ani oversees the expansion of the company’s technical operations, including engineering and internal systems and processes.
|The sanitation system offers clean, affordable sanitation, as well as jobs potentials, for the community.|
Previously, Ani turned around a chain of dialysis clinics for low-income patients in the Philippines. With a background in technology and operations, he has built start-ups in India and the US.
Ani is a Legatum Fellow, Draper Richards Kaplan Fellow and an Echoing Green Fellow. He holds an MBA from MIT Sloan and a BS from Washington University in St. Louis. The keynote address from this award- winning innovator of positive change should be an inspiration to all.